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3 hrs ago | Canada.com
The wrecking ball has destroyed many of the city's older homes in recent years, victims of the overheated development and real estate markets.
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7 hrs ago | Click2Houston
South Korean authorities searched the offices of the company that owns the sunken ferry Sewol on Wednesday, prosecutors confirmed to CNN, broadening a criminal investigation that has already ensnared 11 members of the ill-fated ship's crew.
8 hrs ago | Nikkei Net Interactive
A consortium led by Philippine builder Megawide and India's GMR Infrastructure signed a 25-year contract Tuesday to operate and expand Mactan-Cebu International Airport.
12 hrs ago | TheCourier.com
A mourner weeps as he pays tribute to the victims of the sunken ferry Sewol in the water off the southern coast at a gymnasium, in Ansan, South Korea, Wednesday, April 23, 2014.
12 hrs ago | Korea Herald
Prosecutors raided Wednesday the home of the family that owns Chonghaejin Marine Co., the operator of the sunken ferry Sewol, as well as the firm's offices and those of its affiliates, as part of a widening probe into the cause of the disaster.
13 hrs ago | National Public Radio
The altar of the memorial is a wall of white and yellow flowers and greens, surrounding photos of 47 students and teachers whose bodies have been identified after being recovered from the ferry Sewol.
13 hrs ago | News24
17 hrs ago | Prince George Citizen
An off-duty helmsman Oh Yong-seok of the sunken ferry Sewol speaks on a bed at Mokpo Hankook Hospital where he gets treatment for minor injuries in Mokpo, South Korea, Saturday, April 19, 2014.
Relatives of passengers aboard the sunken ferry Sewol wait for news on their missing loved ones at a gymnasium in Jindo, south of Seoul, South Korea, Monday, April 21, 2014.
The death toll has reached 139 in the continuing search for missing passengers from the capsized Sewol ferry in South Korea.
Sitting on a small mat in the gymnasium that has become a kind of refugee camp for the families of those lost in last week's ferry disaster, 67-year-old Mr. Choi shows a photo on his smartphone of his wife, Choi Soon-bok, looking cheery in a dark-brown padded jacket and dotted scarf under a willow tree near their home in western Seoul.
The new long-haul low-fare airline Thai AirAsia X will make its inaugural flight on June 17, launching a daily service between Bangkok and Seoul, and plans to add Tokyo and Osaka to its flight schedule in late July.
Twenty-four survivors of a South Korean car carrier vessel that caught fire at sea arrived at Charlie Dock yesterday afternoon aboard the Panama-flagged ship that rescued them.
South Korea says Pyongyang may be preparing to test a nuclear weapon just as U.S. President Barack Obama prepares to land in Asia, further raising tensions as Seoul and Washington seek to strengthen their bilateral alliance North Korea may be preparing to conduct a nuclear test, South Korean officials warned Tuesday.
South Korean President Park Geun-hye said Monday that the captain and some crew members of the sunken ferry committed "unforgivable, murderous behavior," while criticism of her own government's handling of the disaster grew.
JINDO, South Korea, April 21 -- Another body was recovered in the area of a capsized South Korean ferry early Monday, as hopes were fading rapidly for any survivors among hundreds of people who remain missing.
The team investigating the sinking of a South Korean ferry that carried 476 people, most of them high school students, is focusing on why the vessel turned sharply before listing off the country's southwestern coast.